RWA Architects has been providing the highest level of quality custom residential architecture since 1989. The primary focus of our firm is to offer superior architectural services and design excellence to the client while providing full support to the contractor throughout the entire construction process. RWA is able to provide these services on both a local and national scale with an experienced and qualified staff of architects and designers that support the two principal partners of our firm.

At RWA we make it our mission to practice both responsiveness and responsibility to our Clients, to possess a keen interest in design excellence and technical competency and to maintain a high level of cooperation, collaboration and sheer enjoyment in the architectural process. However, the hallmark of RWA's work is integrity. Professional integrity means knowing the difference between impractical dreaming and creative solution seeking. It also includes knowing what the balance is between borrowing from tradition and inventing new solutions to any challenges. And finally, it is simply our team being available, skilled and committed.

In order to maintain the high level of satisfaction that we enjoy with our clients, our design process begins and ends with the focus clearly on them and their expectations. This is accomplished first, by listening and learning all we can about their needs, dreams and preferences at the beginning of the project. Next, by being attentive to their programmatic, aesthetic, budgetary and technical constraints and requirements throughout the project. And finally, by keeping open and honest communication to the completion of the project, making sure the priority is always client satisfaction.
Location: 2771 Observatory Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45208
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Commented: ceiling light The wood paneled areas areas are just blocked down from the ceiling joists with rough framing and then the wood panels, pre-made in "c" shapes, were applied to that blocking with blind nailing...
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